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‘The Tunisian revolution was against corruption’

Text by FRANCE 24

Latest update : 2012-07-19

Nadia Khiari, a university teacher based in Tunis, began drawing cartoons after ex-president Ben Ali’s historic speech of Jan 13, 2011. Her brainchild, the cat ‘Willis from Tunis’, is now a popular cartoon on current affairs.

This video is the second episode of "Cartoonists Capture the Arab Revolutions", a five-part series about cartoonists in the Arab world. It was first aired in French on FRANCE 24 on June 21.

The series is produced by SAMAR MEDIA, a multimedia company devoted to coverage of the Arab world. A member of the Stand Alone Media network, SAMAR MEDIA addresses informative and inspiring topics through interviews in French, Arabic and English.

 

Date created : 2012-06-27

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